Traffic Enforcement

A police officer giving a man in a car on his cell phone a ticket

The primary duties of the Traffic Enforcement Unit are:

  • Accident reduction enforcement
  • Escorts
  • High congestion traffic control
  • Special event traffic control
  • Traffic complaint enforcement

Additionally, traffic enforcement officers respond to dispatched patrol calls as backup and, not infrequently, as primary officers at crime scenes. 

Because of their mobility, traffic enforcement officers are frequently the first units to respond to bank alarms, in-progress calls and fires.

Escorts, parades, and traffic and crowd control associated with special events are areas that traffic enforcement officers handle with great efficiency.

Report Parking & Traffic Concerns

The Beaumont Police Department is committed to addressing traffic complaints in a timely and appropriate manner.

  • We recommend calling our 24/7 business line at 951-769-8500. Our website is not monitored 24/7 and could significantly hinder efforts to provide timely assistance. 
  • To report an ongoing problem, or other traffic issues not requiring an immediate or timely response please complete our Traffic and Parking Concerns form. Please include specific details regarding the nature of the the problem, the location(s) and the dates and/or times it occurs. If you would like an officer to follow up with you, be sure to include contact information.
  • For reporting problems that are in progress, including traffic collisions, please call our Police Department Dispatch for emergencies by dialing 911  or our non-emergency line at 951-769-8500.  Any concerns not related to traffic issues, can also be reported via our non-emergency business line at 951-769-8500.

Local residents and businesses can also visit the Beaumont Police Department to voice concerns regarding speeding, reckless or dangerous drivers within the area.